Welcome to PELSER

York University's Advanced Power Electronics Laboratory for Sustainable Energy Research (PELSER) focuses on the development of leading-edge power electronics technologies for renewable energy systems and sustainable energy applications. 

Research at PELSER focuses on the utilization of power electronics to create highly efficient and reliable power converter systems for renewable energy applications.  While the generation of energy is important, efficient use of energy is also vital to minimize energy costs and unnecessary stress on our utility grid.  Innovative and intelligent power electronic interface design is the key for enabling electronic devices to consume less energy, be cost effective and more reliable.

 

 

News

March-2019:
Congratulations to Kajanan Kanathipan on receiving the Best Presentation Award in session: "Photovoltaic Power Conversion Systems" at the 2019 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference & Exposition (APEC).

November-2018:
Congratulations to Mehdi Abbasi on receiving the 2019 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference & Exposition (APEC) Student Travel Award.

October-2017:
Congratulations to Mehdi Abbasi on receiving the 2017 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress & Exposition (ECCE) Student Travel Award.

April-2017:
Congratulations to Mehdi Abbasi on receiving the 2017 Carswell  Scholarship.

May-2016:
Congratulations to Sanjida Moury on receiving the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) for 2016 - 2017.

March-2016:
Congratulations to Sanjida Moury on receiving the "Outstanding Sessional Presentation Award" in the 2016 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition in Long Beach.